Romania Study Visit

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In the framework of the Project “Surveillance And Response To Avian And Pandemic Influenza”, funded by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), specialists from Romania participated in a workshop organized in Germany with theme:

Next-Generation Sequencing Data Analysis: A Practical Introduction  (Quality Control, Read Mapping, Visualization and DNA Variant Analysis).

Sentinel Site Visits in Croatia





      In the framework of the fourth year of Project "Surveillance and Response to Avian and Pandemic Influenza by National Health Authorities of Countries of South East Europe" in Croatia were organized visits in sentinel sites. 

On 27.12.2016 in Zagreb, Croatia, specialists from Institute of Public Health have conducted “Influenza and Pneumonia” meetings in clinics for infectious diseases regarding new Influenza Season and in Rijeka city as well.


Training on biosafety and biosecurity procedures in all microbiologist laboratories at NIPH Kosovo*

Workshop NIPH Kosovo*


  In the framework of the action plan of the fourth year of project “Surveillance And Response To Avian And Pandemic Influenza”, funded by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), on March, 2017 a biosafety workshop has been organized for the staff of the Microbiology Department at the NIPH Kosovo*. There were twenty one participants in the workshop and the main point of discussion was biosafety in microbiology laboratories, including primarily and secondary barriers, personal protective equipment, facilities and staff role on this subject.

SECID hosts ‘Time to detect and Time to respond meeting’

TDTR Regional Meeting Day, April 2017

On the 10th to 12th April 2017, the South Eastern European Centre for Surveillance and Control of Infectious Diseases, SECID, held a meeting entitled ‘Time to Detect and Time to Respond of Outbreaks and Surveillance Digitalisation Challenges in SEE Countries’ in Tirana, Albania. The meeting was part of the Project ‘Improving early detection and response of country and cross border diseases, events and risks by digitalisation of priority surveillance sources’, in partnership and supported by Skoll Global Threats Fund.